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TRAPASSI | TRAPASSO

Trapassi has an Emilian strain, in Parma and in Tronchio delle Corti in the Parmense, and one Tuscan in Siena, in Siena, Asciano, Sovicille and Monteriggioni, Trapasso is typically Calabrian, of the Catanzaro, especially of Catanzaro and Gimigliano, but also of Tiriolo and Settingiano, and of Crotone and Cirò Marina in Crotonese, these surnames should derive from nicknames based on the Italian term passing, with the meaning of assignment, transfer or departure, it is not difficult to guess what they might refer to, Probably at the funeral clerk's job.

Bibliographic source' "L'origine dei cognomi Italianim storia ed etimologia" di E. Rossoni disponibile online su: https://archive.org/


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